Nationals dismiss Cedeno, Gale, Stearns
The Nationals continue to dismiss people from their farm system. They recently let John Stearns, Rich Gale and Cesar Cedeno go.
This past season, Stearns was the manager of Double-A Harrisburg, while Gale was the pitching coach for Triple-A Syracuse and Cedeno was a coach for the Gulf Coast Nationals.
No reason was given as to why they were let go.
Stearns, who joined the Nationals in 2006, guided the Senators to a 70-72 record. Gale started the season with Class-A Hagerstown, but ended the season in Syracuse after Steve McCatty was promoted to the big leagues.
Cedeno came to the Nationals in 2008 on the recommendation of former Nationals manager Manny Acta. Cedeno was a baserunning and outfield coach.